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Software Workshop: Editing Eyes for Better Portraits
Make those gorgeous peepers pop, from eyelash to iris
Hilarious portraits of terrified people
A photo booth in a haunted house is an excellent idea.
Tips from a Pro: Michelle Turner on Getting Great Photos of Couples
An expert wedding shooter shares some secrets for making a couple look their best on their big day and beyond
“Portraits of Love” Wants Your Help Getting Family Photos To Deployed Troops
Now in its 3rd year, "Portraits of Love" is a group that sends family portraits to soldiers in time for the holiday season, and they're always looking for more photographer volunteers.
Video: Tips On Posing a Model For Better Fashion Photos
A few tips to make the most of your fashion photography courtesy of the American Photo Model Shoot
NYT Photog Captures Portraits Of The Workers Rebuilding The WTC
With the decade anniversary of the 9/11 attacks looming, the New York Times had staff photographer Fred R. Conrad undertake an amazing project: a series of portraits of the people working on rebuilding at the site of the attack.
Video: Joe McNally Talks About His Faces of Ground Zero Exhibit
We talked to the iconic photographer about the debut of his new exhibit at the Time Warner Center in NYC
Zombie Attack Makes Engagement Portrait Session Way More Exciting
The undead can make a stock portrait shoot more lively
August 2011 Photo Challenge: Spontaneous Portrait
You could win $100 and a spot in the pages of Popular Photography by sharing your best off-the-cuff people shot
How To: Shoot a Portrait through a Glass Window
Light reflections in glass offer an interesting portrait opportunity